The scope of work described in our proposal consisted of developing inspection standards targeted to Branch-specific types of defects (gained from analysis of Branch project defect histories), and including Branch-relevant perspectives and questions to guide defect detection. The tailored inspection guidelines were to be applied on real Branch projects with support as needed from the technology infusion team. This still accurately describes the scope of work performed. It was originally proposed that the Perspective-Based inspection standard would be applied on three projects within the Branch: GPM, JWST, and SDO. Rather than apply the proposed standard to all three, we inserted a new step, in which the standard was instead applied on a single pilot project, cFE (described above). This decision was a good match for the Branch goals since, due to the "design for reuse" nature of cFE, inspections played an even more crucial than usual role in that development process. Also, since cFE is being designed to provide general-purpose functionality, key representatives fiom our target projects were involved in inspections of cFE to provide perspectives from different missions. In this way, they could get some exposure to and the chance to provide feedback on the proposed standards before applying them on their own projects. The Branch-baselined standards will still be applied on GPM, JWST, and SDO, although outside the time frame of this funding. Finally, we originally proposed using the analysis of Branch defect sources to indicate in which phases Perspective-Based inspections could provide the best potential for future improvement, although experience on previous Branch projects suggested that our efforts would likely be focused on requirements and code inspections. In the actual work, we focused exclusively on requirements inspections, as this was the highest-priority work currently being done on our cFE pilot project.